LDS History, 1836 March 3

-- 1836 March 3
All the presidencies of the church meet in the Kirtland Temple according to their order. (1)

-- March 13, 1836
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith met with the First Presidency and some of the Quorum of the Twelve to discuss moving to Jackson County in Missouri. (2)

-- March 18, 1836
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith attended the funeral of a faithful Church member, Susan Johnson, the daughter of Ezekiel Johnson. (2)

-- March 21, 1836
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith prepared elders licenses to send to Medina County in order for the Saints to obtain licenses to perform marriages, since the court in Geauga County had refused permission. (2)

-- 22 March 1836
[Patriarchal Blessings] Kirtland, Ohio, Patriarchal Blessing to Ethan Barrows given by Joseph Smith Sr. stated "Thou shalt have power to translate thyself from land to land and from country to country, from one end of heaven to the other, and when thy work is done thou shalt translate from earth to heaven." (3)

-- March 26, 1836
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Oliver Cowdery, Joseph Smith, Sidney Rigdon, Warren A. Cowdery, and Warren Parrish met to receive by revelation the prayer for the dedication of the Kirtland Temple. (2)

-- 1836 27 March
Kirtland Temple dedicated (D&C 109). (4)

-- 1836, March 27
The Kirtland Temple dedicated (see D&C 109). (5)

-- 1836 March 27
The House of the Lord in Kirtland was dedicated. (6)

The first dedication of the Kirtland Temple is held. (1)

-- March 27, 1836
[Joseph Smith] Kirtland, Ohio. Joseph Smith dedicated the Kirtland Temple which was later recorded in Doctrine & Covenants 109. (2)

[Joseph Smith] Joseph dedicates the Kirtland Temple. (7)

-- 1836 27 March
[Joseph Smith] [Joseph Smith] -6 April Dedication of House of the Lord in Kirtland; solemn assembly; Pentecostal experiences; keys restored. (8)

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2 - BYU Studies Journal, volume 46, no. 4: A Chronology of the Life of Joseph Smith
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6 - Richards - Little, Compendium of the Doctrines of the Gospel, Church Chronology, Ch.66, p.306
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Clair Barrus